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  1. Manga Mondays ~ Mingjue Helen Chen

    Mingjue Helen Chen is an Art Director and Visual Development Artist, based in Los Angeles. Currently working at Walt Disney Animation Studios, she has contributed to notable films Big Hero 6 (2014), Paperman (2012), Wreck-It Ralph (2012).

  2. Shiyoon Kim

    Shiyoon Kim is a Korean-American animator who currently lives in Los Angeles. He is a Lead Character Designer for Walt Disney Animation Studios. He has had a hand in designing characters from Tangled (2010), Paperman (2012), Wreck-It Ralph (2012), Frozen (2013), Big Hero 6 (2014) and most recently Zootopia (2016).

  3. Buck Lewis

    H.B. “Buck” Lewis is an animation artist, author, and illustrator. Since the late 1980s, he has worked in animation for leading studios Aardman, Blue Sky, DreamWorks, Pixar, Warner Bros., and Walt Disney. In 2005, he was inducted into the Walt Disney Features Hall of Fame.

  4. Ken Hultgren (1915 – 1968)

    Kenneth Vernon Hultgren was a gifted draughtsman and notable Disney animator. In his relatively short career, he left behind a substantial body of work that continues to inspire and educate people.

  5. Eric Tan

    Eric Tan is a San Diego beach bum and creative at Walt Disney Consumer Products. Working digitally, he builds up dramatic action scenes and sweeping landscapes with crisp flat shapes. You will most certainly have seen his work before. His retro-inspired movie posters are regularly popping up on websites and making the social media rounds.

  6. Andrea Blasich

    For over 20 years Andrea Blasich has worked in the animation industry as a Layout Artist and Visual Development Artist, but is best known as a CG and Traditional Sculptor. Lending his skills to prominent animation studios DreamWorks Animation, Lucas Animation, Pixar Animation Studios, and Walt Disney Animation Studios.

  7. Gustaf Tenggren (1896 – 1970)

    Gustaf Tenggren was born in 1896, in Västra Götaland County, Sweden. During a career spanning 60 years, he exercised a spectrum of styles including Art Nouveau, Cubism, Realism, and Expressionism, urging some to call him “a walking history of art.”